Graduate school studying behavioral ecology and physiology

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  1. SepiaInc

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    As with many posts in this section, I am an undergraduate searching for graduate programs. I'm most specifically interested in cuttlefish but also enjoy other cephalopods and mollusks. I'd like to do research in behavioral ecology, physiology, or neuroethology. Unfortunately just googling for cephalopod labs provides limited responses, thus I came here!:smile: Could anyone provide me with potential professors working in these areas?

    As a start I've contacted Roger Hanlon, Bill Kier, and Jennifer Basil.
     

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